By what authority?

by Craige McMillan -- Western governments are on a collision course with history. Most of mankind assumes that the future will be much like the past, altered by the progress of the more…

Wanted: Responsible Parents

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- A short visit to England did not afford me any relief from senseless acts of violence. In Great Britain the accounts of the Littleton massacre were overshadowed by more…

Using the 'T' Word

by J.R. Nyquist -- Chinese spies have probably stolen the secrets of the neutron bomb, the miniaturized W-88 warhead and much more. Before that, there was a scandal involving the transfer of more…

'The Great Wetlands Restoration Project'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Readers keep asking, "Just where is Hardyville, this little town you always write about?" Well, you know I'm not going to tell. I will admit to this, though. more…

That dog don't hunt?

by Joseph Farah -- President Clinton is a little confused. He gave an interview to Katie Couric last week and, in the process, invented some new rights. Asked what he would tell more…

Happy Mother's Day, Mom

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (With Middle East Bureau Chief Corbett in transit this week to Jerusalem, WND looks back in his archives to re-tell the glorious miracle that occurred in the life more…

The End of Buckleyism

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- As the ranks of those who defend Bill's War continue to thin, another famous Bill has grown skeptical. William F. Buckley Jr. has reversed his earlier position in more…

Reinventing motherhood

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- "To the world in general, staying childless is still the real act of rebellion, especially for women." -- News Item A few moments past seven on weekday evenings, more…

A teen's view from inside culture of death

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Last month, the nation was subject to yet another gruesome shooting, this time in Littleton, Colo. Kids killing kids. And again, the entire nation in its uproar is more…

Solidarity forever!

by -NO AUTHOR- -- At lunch on May Day last week, my friend Marcel Leroi, publisher of the "Trumpet Messenger," and I reminisced about the bygone days of the class war. We more…